Resenhas na RBL: 26.04.2012

As seguintes resenhas foram recentemente publicadas pela Review of Biblical Literature:

Brian J. Abasciano
Paul’s Use of the Old Testament in Romans 9.10-18: An Intertextual and Theological Exegesis
Reviewed by Stephen Moyise

Ron Cameron and Merrill P. Miller, eds.
Redescribing Paul and the Corinthians
Reviewed by Antoinette Clark Wire

Rob Dalrymple
Revelation and the Two Witnesses: The Implications for Understanding John’s Depiction of the People of God and His Hortatory Intent
Reviewed by Russell Morton

Michaela Geiger
Gottesräume: Die literarische und theologische Konzeption von Raum im Deuteronomium
Reviewed by J. Cornelis De Vos

Anselm C. Hagedorn and Andrew Mein, eds.
Aspects of Amos: Exegesis and Interpretation
Reviewed by Tyler Mayfield

Conleth Kearns
The Expanded Text of Ecclesiasticus: Its Teaching on the Future Life as a Clue to Its Origin
Reviewed by Bradley C. Gregory

Gordon K. Oeste
Legitimacy, Illegitimacy, and the Right to Rule: Windows on Abimelech’s Rise and Demise in Judges 9
Reviewed by Trent C. Butler

Isaac S. D. Sassoon
The Status of Women in Jewish Tradition
Reviewed by Yael Shemesh

Steven Weitzman
Solomon: The Lure of Wisdom
Reviewed by Craig Bartholomew

Christopher Zoccali
Whom God Has Called: The Relationship of Church and Israel in Pauline Interpretation, 1920 to the Present
Reviewed by James D. G. Dunn

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